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" These are, as it were, the rivers of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth — all the elements of its life — all the powers of its existence are... "
Circulars - Seite 41
1884
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The Monthly Review

1837
...rivers of whom we ask how much water have they carried to the ocean ? Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth,...life, all the powers of its existence, are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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General history of civilization in Europe: from the fall of the Roman empire ...

Guizot (François, M.) - 1838 - 346 Seiten
...the rivers of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth...— all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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General History of Civilization in Europe: From the Fall of the Roman Empire ...

Guizot (M., François) - 1838 - 346 Seiten
...the rivers of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth...— all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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The history of civilization: from the fall of the Roman Empire to ..., Band 1

Guizot (François, M.) - 1850
...the rivers of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it wore, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth — all the elements of its life— '1 the powers of its existence are stored up- It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly...
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The History of Civilization: From the Fall of the Roman Empire to ..., Band 1

François Guizot - 1850
...carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it wore, the grand emporium of a people, in which all ite -wealth — all the elements of its life — all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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The history of civilization: from the fall of the Roman Empire to ..., Band 1

Guizot (François, M.) - 1854
...the rivers of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it wore, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth...— all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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General History of Civilization in Europe: From the Fall of the Roman Empire ...

M. Guizot (François) - 1856 - 316 Seiten
...of whom we ask how much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it were, the grapd emporium of a people, in which all its wealth —...— all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so true that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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Morality and the State

Simeon Nash - 1859 - 442 Seiten
...interesting than any other fact in history, because it comprehends every other. Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth,...life, all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is as they contribute to the progress of social life, of civilization that all other facts find...
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General History of Civilization in Europe: From the Fall of the Roman Empire ...

1865 - 316 Seiten
...rivers of whom we ask how. much water they have carried to the ocean. Civilization is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people, in which all its wealth...— all the powers of its existence are stored up. It is so trus that we judge of minor facts accordingly as they affect this greater one, that even some...
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The dogmatic faith: an inquiry into the relation between revelation and ...

Edward Garbett - 1867
...History of Philosophy, art. Augusts Comte.) LECTUEE VI NOTE 1, p. 200. " CIVILISATION is, as it were, the grand emporium of a people in which all its wealth,...life, all the powers of its existence, are stored up." (Guizot on Civilisation, Lect. I. p. 6.) " Wherever the exterior condition of man becomes enlarged,...
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